While Nirvana had plenty of punk songs, attitude wise they were definitely more punkrock than your average punk / hardcore band.
Even with all the expectations I had, it impressed the hell out of me.
There’s a lot of good stuff to say about the reissue but there are some problems too.
Pim went to the Melkweg to check out the Nirvana – Live And Loud screening.
My favorite record ever got the reissue it deserved.
Maybe it doesn’t belong here, but since Nirvana is more punk than a lot of hardcore bands, here you go.
I have no idea where to put this, but at the CBGB’s Fest that is taking place these days Krist Novoselic did a speech and there’s a re-cap at spin.com. Maybe someone finds it interesting: http://www.spin.com/articles/krist-novoselic-recalls-punks-power-nirvana-cbgb-fest I thought it was interesting to read that Nirvana almost played CBGB’s. Would have been another great addition to … Continue reading Krist Novoselic (Nirvana) speaking at CBGB's Fest
Rolling Stone has unveiled the details of the upcoming 20th anniversary release of Nirvana’s In Utero.
Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear playing with Paul McCartney at the Hurricane Sandy charity concert in New York.
Pim had a chat with Ryan Young of Off With Their Heads.
We’re giving away 3 Nirvana – In Utero 20th anniversary 2CD Deluxe Editions.
So if you want to see the full concert before it actually gets released, head over to the Melkweg next week.
Probably for the Sound City documentary. In other news: Kurt Cobain was recording a solo album at the time of his death.
Turns out, we weren’t that far off with our predictions.
Coming out in September 2013 to celebrate the record’s 20th anniversary.
How do you run a band when bandmembers live on different continents and play tons of different bands as well? Pale Angels explain it all.
[youtube]tsfNpkxPWiQ[/youtube] 20 years of In Utero coming up… Curious to see what they’ll release. Probably the complete MTV Live & Loud show on a DVD. Maybe a 2 CD set with the original album (original Steve Albini mix maybe?) and the b-sides.
Featuring an animated look at the packaging, parts of (the new mix? of) Heart-Shaped Box, All Apologies, The Man Who Sold The World, Scentless Apprentice and the “Forgotten Tune”.